Minimalists too can become easily distracted from the truth we seek. In an effort to purge and declutter we often miss the bigger picture: to love God, our family and others in the process.
This is our fourth year documenting our Homeschool Day in the Life. For anyone interested in specific books or curriculum we use, please feel free to ask in the comments. We mainly use Charlotte Mason as our guide with a twist of Montessori materials. We spend roughly four days at home doing our full "schedule" but … Continue reading Homeschool Day in the Life – 8 and 4 year old
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Minimalism is Just a Word, My Friends.
Carving out Solo Time For Your Kids
We started school today. Yay! It actually went way better than expected, thanks to a few years under our belt AND gleaning ideas from wise mamas who've blazed the trails before us... and now the neighborhood kids are over at our place just hanging out. I seriously love my life. That said, if you're still … Continue reading Massive Homeschool Bundle SALE
I'm feeling rather passionate today... Each year we learn so many new things about our children, don't we? For us, our first child loves math, puzzles, logic, theology, entrepreneurship, photography, reading, writing and drawing books and creating games. Our second child loves working with her hands and loves storytelling, arts and crafts, nature, animals, bugs, … Continue reading How Homeschooling Helps Our Kids Live Authentically
Hey all! If you're looking for Less Stuff & More Love in your life, then you'll want to join me on this little 4-part series with helpful tips on how living simply opens you and everyone around you up to experience more LOVE and LIFE right now. Most people don't realize how much peace and joy they'll … Continue reading Less Stuff, More LOVE – A 4-Part Series
We're hanging out in Utah this week for our 8-year-old son's National Taekwondo Tournament. He and his dad left in the truck and drove the 800 miles to Park City. I on the other hand, opted to take the less than 2-hour flight with our 4-year-old daughter. While I love road trips, a 24-hour road … Continue reading Travel Journal: Choosing the Right One for You + Your Kids
Next time you feel the pressure to be more, to do more, to offer more opportunities to your kids than you ever possibly can. Just know you don't need a million materials to remind you that you get to be with your kids today.